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Saugasson Addresses The Culture with his skill in the Music Industry

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  • What is the most useless talent you have?

My most useless talent in my opinion is having one double jointed wrist, i don’t even know if that’s considered a talent lol.

  • Do you sing in the shower? What songs?

I sing in the shower all the time, mostly my own music whether unreleased or ones I have out already.

  • What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?

If I wasn’t doing music I’d probably just stay focused on my businesses exclusively.

  • Where have you performed? What are your favourite and least favorite venues? Do you have any upcoming shows?

I’ve performed in montreal, Toronto, Mississauga, Atlanta, New Orleans, Florida, and one other state I can’t remember but I’ve performed at both really nice venues and also pretty crappy ones too but I won’t specify which cities were which. I currently have no planned shows coming up for music but the INF team and I do have a second infashion show coming up and the date will be announced in the next month or two.

  • How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?

The internet has made music more accessible and opened opportunities for more people to be independent and actually share their music but it has also caused an over saturation of mediocre content to also be flooded as well into the game and with some marketing making it stick.

  • What is your favourite song to perform?

My favourite song to perform right now is “INF Extended”

  • Which famous musicians do you admire?

I admire no specific musician but I respect all the ones who have really made it doing what they love.

  • What is the best advice you’ve been given?

The best advice I’ve been given that I can recall would be “if you aren’t doing what you love in life there’s no point”

  • What’s next for you?

Next for me are more visuals, events, and projects coming soon!

http://unitedmasters.com/saugasson/

 

Rosario is from New York and has worked with leading companies like Microsoft as a copy-writer in the past. Now he spends his time writing for readers of BigtimeDaily.com

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The Courageous Journey of Marvin Lee Miller

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Marvin Lee Miller, an undergraduate research assistant trained in the intellectually conducive laboratories of UC Irvine and UC Berkeley, believes in accepting the new challenges that come his way and move ahead. 

Even after a few years, Marvin couldn’t imagine how his life would take a sharp U-turn as he got himself engrossed in scientific research and studies. He has a very humble background. Born in Tijuana, Mexico, Marvin had faced a lot of hardship in his childhood. 

“In a poverty-stricken atmosphere, I knew that only my education could help me—no one else. Initially, I too committed lots of mistakes. I know there’s no excuse for my mistakes. But I took them as my life lessons and moved on. I didn’t receive much support from the people around me. They didn’t show me the right path,” Marvin stated. 

During his adolescent days, his poor associations got him to prison, where he had to spend seven years of his life. 

Looking back, Marvin considered those days were the most difficult phase of his life. He grew up as a foster child and had no guardian to guide him. Things could have been much different if he had a guardian to mentor him when he needed them the most.  

Despite all his past mistakes, Marvin knew that he was a kind-hearted man with an intellectual mind. Bidding adieu to his turbulent past, Marvin vowed to do something bigger and better in life. But he had more roadblocks ahead. 

Once he went out of prison, he faced stiff challenges from his family members as they declined to take him back home. And thus, heartbroken became homeless soon. He had no money, shelter, or even a true friend at that time to at least help him meet the basic needs of life while offering some moral support. 

And as they say, Books are best friends. Marvin soon started reading lots of books. Gradually, he started grasping the significance of education in life and spent a lot of hours on his education. 

Marvin is still grateful to a few generous individuals, including his teachers and counselors who infused the right thoughts in him, which proved to be a turning point in his life for good.  

Right now, Marvin is an undergraduate research assistant trained in the laboratories of UC Irvine and UC Berkeley. 

The university deserves full credit for Marvin’s intellectual development. Over the last few years, he has been able to hone his technical knowledge, interpersonal skills, and professional acumen. He worked with a dynamic team of scientists and academicians who infused necessary research skills into Marvin. 

“I’m fortunate enough to have served as a volunteer for an oncology department at UC Irvine for two years. During this phase, I learned a lot of things, including skeletal muscle research at UC Berkeley. I am now majoring in Molecular and Cell Biology, which is giving me enormous opportunities for research and further studies.” Marvin explained. 

Even though Marvin had a tough childhood experience, he was always interested in studies. As a kid, he loved science and gradually fell in love with Physics and Biology in higher classes. But before he could move to University, his mistakes got him to jail. 

However, as we know where there’s a will, there is a way. Soon, Marvin not only found his lost mojo in education and research, but he became even more serious and dedicated with his studies, research, and practical classes. 

Marvin has already earned four Associate’s degrees from Santa Ana College. He’ll also shortly receive his Graduation Degree in Molecular & Cell Biology. Right now, Marvin is fully concentrating on earning his Ph.D. degree. Marvin aims to develop new medicines and path-breaking solutions to curing serious diseases like Cancer and heart-related ailments. 

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